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THt RANDALL COUNTY NMW8. PBUAY 26. 1909,
w Burnsed Paint & Paper Go. Contractors for painting and decorating new Ran dall County Court House. PAINTING PAPERING All classes of interior dec orating. Elegant paper in the differnt grades While in Canyon City our headquarters are at the . St. James Hotel. - - - MAIN OFFICE AMARILLO, - TEXAS NEW BARBER SHOP ii Ceta Rustlings. HAVE opened a new barber shop on the south side of the square and will serve you to the best of my ability and assure you that your patronage will be ap preciated. -:- -:- -:- x WILL BAILEY Canyon City Professional Cards H. Holte, Watchmaker, Jeweler. In City Pharmacy, West Side Square. PHONE 32. D. M. Stewart, Physician and Surgeon Oftloe in Wallace building over A. H. Thomp son's drug store, t'nlls answered night or day, F. M. Wilson, Physician and Surgeon Office, City Pharmacy. Callj answered day or nitrlit. Residence photic No. 4rt. S. L Ingham, Dentist Cunyon National Dank building, warranted. All work Geo. A. Brandon, Lawyer Tw enty-three years' practice and experience In Texas courts. Office in court house. W. D. Scott, Lawyer Office in court house. Notary in office. Miss Minnie Walters visited with Mrs. Hushaw and Mrs Walker, Monday. r w r w-w-r . - jurs. i. j. vvesiey and son Carl, have the measles. Mrs. Clara Smith and daugh ter, Miss Mary Lee, after spend ing a few days here with E. J and R. L. Wesley, departed for Clarendon last Saturday to visit with other relatives there before going to their home in Georgia. Mrs. I.ILHollibaugh was quite sick last Sunday, but is reported much better. G. Marquess and wife are en tertaining a fine boy who came last Saturday to brighten their home. As this is their first, of course they will accept our con gratulation. Prof. Breithaupt and wife en tertained E. M. Beasley and family last Sunday. R. L. and J. W. Wesley's fam ilies are having a siege with the measles. Willie James has been quite sick this week. A. M. Currie spent Sunday with H. E. Wesley. Several land prospectors from Indiana and Nebraska were here last week. We understand they made several deals. G. Marquess had a valuable horse cut quite badly on wire fence last week. Isom Hollabaugh and wife sient several days this week at his father's. We had quite a crowd out to Sabbath school last Sunday af ternoon, but there is room for more. II. II. Saul and family from Canyon City, are now residents of Ceta neighborhood. We ex tend the hand of welcome to them. Mrs. W . Li. waiters spent Thursday of last week with Mrs P. C. Buckner. Mr. and Mrs. Gibson spent Saturday evening at Ceta. M. Wesley and wife spent Sun day with the latter's parents, W. B. Walters and wife. Ruth Walters spent Monday night with Misses Edith and Ed na Bucker. Misses Fannie and Emma Sluder entertained Sunday, Leo Beasley, Willie Franklin and sis ter, Miss Edith. II. II. Saul was a Canyon City visitor Monday. Messrs. James and Wesley are having a good deal of trouble trying to thresh. So much wind is much against them. Billy. Wayside Items. J. M. Evans returned from Canyon Monday. The children of John McGhee who have been sick are much better. The Phillips brothers living ten or twelve miles south of here were in the neighborhood Sun day. Their mother from Mis souri is visiting them. The Wayside Educational Club had its regular meeting last Thursday night. The club is increasing in size. Its members 1 seem to be determined to create a sentiment in favor of better educational conditions in this community. A letter has just been received from the county superintendent who says that on account of a re arrangment all the land south o the Red river in Armstrong county will be in one district It seems that there could not be a better place for establishing a school, one which will help ad vertise the Panhandle. Mrs. J. Fisher and children attended church here Sunday. Hands were busy last week ex tending the lines of the Beulah Independent TelephoneCompany to the ranch headquarters in the canyon. Marvin McGehee made a trip to Happy Saturday. Jake. BUSINESS LOCALS A Common Cold. Buie, Rollins & Woolley, Lawyers H. Frank Huie C. V. A. S. Kollins Woolley Court practice solicited. Will attend to eases in nil courts of the state. KxamlnaClon of land titles a specialty. Notary in office. Office in Smith building. Phone 92. J. C. Hunt, Lawyer Does both criminal and civil practice. Twelve years' experience. Land titles passed upon. Write all kinds of contracts and instru ments. Notary in office. Office northeast cor ncr public square, up stairs. Canyon. Texas. R. A. Sowder, Attorney-at-Law nd Notary. oniplete attttrncts of Kandall county lands. Office over Canyou Supply Co. l'hone 211. Bryan's Commoner and News, both cmo year $1.80. The We claim that if catching cold could be avoided some of the nfc dangerous and fatal dis eases would never be heard of. A cold often forms a culture bod for germs of infectious diseases. Consumption, pneumonia, dip theria, scarlet fever, four of the most dangerous and fatal dis eases, are of this class. The cul ture bed formed by the cold fa vors the development of the germs of these diseases, that would not otherwise find lodg ment. There is little danger, however of any of these diseases being contracted when a good expectorant cough medicine like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is used. It cleans out these cul ture beds that favor the develop ment of the germs of these dis eases. That is why this remedy has proved so universally suc cessful in preventing pneumonia. It not only cures your cold quickly, but minimizes the risk of contracting these dangerous diseases. For sale by the City Pharmacy. Miss Bessie Groves, who has been visiting in Amarillo, leaves this afternoon for her home in Canyon City. The young lady formerly taught in the Amarillo public schools and is popular here. Daily Panhandle. We have a large quantity of , T . -1 ? seeu insn potatoes anu onion- sets White Swan Gro. Co. Well water from Min eral Wells at Thompson's Drug Store. . 48-2t Mrs. Tiney Brown, who has been visiting the.family of Rev. M. Harder, returned to her lomeat Portales last Monday. On account of the freezincr weath in East Texas, we will not be able to get many vegetables for about ten days. White Swan Gko. Co. Mrs. J. L. Prichard is report ed as having been on the sick list this week. For Sals Ladies' bicycle in fairly good repair, almost new. En quire at this office. 48-tf Mrs. Gaddy Williams, of Dal las, has been visiting in Canyon City during the past week. We have just received a large assortment of apples, oranges, bananas, English walnuts and peanuts. White Swan Gko. Co. James Cumming, until recently with the Northwest Texas Tele phone Company, having his head quarters at this place, left last Tuesday for Lubbock where he has accepted a position with the Staked Plains Telephone Com pany. Get hot chocolate at Barren's confectionery, The Commercial School will begin work soon, and those who desire to take advantage of so good an opportunity should get in line. -48-tf I have decided to locate in Can yon uity for the practice of medicine but it will be impossi ble for me to reach there before March 1st. 47--Jt II- V. Reeves, M. D. For Sals--A few more good pigs and a few tons of bright, dry alfalfa. tf J no. A. Wallace. Fruits and nuts af Cowart's confectionary store. East side. Sswing Machine. Go o d sewing machine for sale. Enquire at this office. 47-2tp Hot drinks of all kinds at llar- rell's confectionery. Cowart's candies are all good. For Sale Good, smooth, patent ed section land for less than $15 per acre. Good terms. Box 367. Seed Oats Red Rust Proof Oats for sale at my farm, seven miles west of Happy. 47-4ty I. W. Scott. Oliver Typewriter An Oliver Type writer, second hand, in good re pair for sale. Apply at this of fice, aotf Lost A Ladies' hunting case gold watch last Friday afternoon. Return to Mrs. D. M. Stewart for reward. Seed Catalog A postal will bring it. Roswell Seed Co. 45-tf Roswell, N. M, ror aaie i weniy-seven cows, good quality and size. Five miles north of Happy. 47 iJtp J. B. Gamhle. For Sale Sixteen head of good horses and mules at my farm 8 miles west of Canyon on main road. E. A. Hltnt. 47tf For everything in popular and standard song, piano, violin and vocal studies, address 45-4t Chas. V. Kikkpatkick, Amarillo Conservatory of Music. Team for Sale Team of gray horses, good and gentle, weigh over 1000 pounds each. Albert Jett, 2 1-2 miles south of Canyon City on L. C. Lair place. 47-2tp For Sale One section of land six miles from Canyon City: also one-half section, mostly alfalfa and, one mile from town. Ad dress "Land Owner No. 2" care of this office. i For Sale Twenty head of irood work stock, horses and mules. Also 27 head of good cows, and some farm machinery. Enquire at Younger place, southeast of town. 47-tp For Sale A span of good work mules, weighing about 2,800 pounds, and three good work mares. J. R. Elino, 7 miles west and 1 i miles north of Canyon City. 4(i-4t For Sale A few young mules and two or three mares and horses. The prices are alright and you can see me at L. (J. Con ner's office on north side of the square. 4i) -tf John Knight. Specialist I treat all diseases of tho eye, ear, nose and throat. Also have glasses and pay special attention to fitting them. Consultation and examination free. Will be in Canyon City, March 5 and 6. I. E. Smith, M. D. 47-2t Weatherford, Texas. Lame Shoulder. This is a common form of mus cular rheumatism. No internal treatment is needed. Apply Chamberlain's Liniment freely three times a day and a quick cure is certain. This liniment has proven especially valuable for muscular and chronic rheuma tism. For sale by the City Pharmacy. Farm for Rent Four miles from town. Good place for the right man with good teams. Also a bunch of stock hogs for sale, one at a time or altogether. See 47-2tp Boh Foster, or call at the City Pharmacy Cotton Rags Wanted. This office will pay live cents per pound for clean cotton rags delivered at this office. Stallion for Sale. Imjwrted English Coach Stal lion, dark bay in color, weighs about 12.")0 pounds. Inquire at this office. 45-Utp Canyon Residence for Land. DOM'T buy poor material. It's impossible to get a good building out of sorry lumber. When you buy of us you get the best. Fulton Lumber Company Southwest Corner Square. ATTENTION, HORSE RAISERS Ranger R, 31428, Standard and Registered Rule 6, Vol. 15, American Trotting Registry; will make the season of 1909 at the East Wagon Yard, Canyon City. Ranger is a beautiful Mahogany Bay, 16 hands, weighs 1180 pounds. Al saddler and driver. Ranger was sired by Rabelias 11122; Rabelias by Bel mont, 64. Ranger R, dam Mattie Mont, by Norwood Star 1395, dam Daisy II. For size, style and action his progeny are just right. As saddlers and drivers they are unequaled. Care will be taken to prevent accidents but will not be responsible for any. TERMS: $15 to insure live colt. Mare parted with or removed from county, services will become due and payable at once. C. S. DUNCAN East Wagon Yard Canyon City, Texas Protect Your Property BY FIRE INSURANCE Commonwealth Fire Insurance Company of Texas. The London Assurance Corporation. Fire Association of Philadelphia. The Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Company, Philadelphia. The Royal Exchange Assurance. Philadelphia Underwriters. Scottish Union & National Insurance Company. Orient Insurance Company of Hartford. The New Hampshire Insurance Co. of Manchester, N. H. W. D. SCOTT, AGENT, Office In the court house Canyon City, Texas C. N. HARRISON & CO. Fire and Tornado INSURANCE Only the very best companies are represented through our agency. Here they are: We have one of the best dwell ings in town to trade for half section of land. tf Lair-Cowuno Land Co. Baby Hands will get j(1to mischief often it means a burn or cut or scald. Apply Ballard's Snow Liniment just as soon as the accident hap pens, and the pain will be relieved while the wound will heal quickly and nicely. A sure cure for sprains, Rheumatism and all pains. Trice -oc, oOc and frl.UU a bottle. Sold by A. II. 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